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Pow, James S - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Second Artillery Mi-P

German prisoners of war. April 1917

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - First American Red Cross food package sent to American prisoners in Germany. American prisoners now get regular Army food, carefully varied and chosen by the A.R.C. in Switzerland. In addtion, clothing is also sent

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - This is "Army C Food Box" and is sent to the prisoner a week after he is sent "Army B" Box. It contains 1lb corned beef; 1lb roast beef; 1lb salt pork; 2lbs corned beef hash; 1 can of pork and beans; 1lb dried beans; 1lb tomatoes; 2lbs corn; 2lbs corn; 2lbs peas; 4lbs hard bread; 1lb sugar; half lb cocoa; 1lb prunes; 1 pint vinegar; 80 cigarettes or their equivalent in smoking tobacco with pipe or 1 piece of chewing tobacco

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - American Red Cross interviewing a group of Italian prisoners at Treviso, Italy

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - Prinsoners' relief. A.R.C. canteen work at St. Ludwig, Alsace. In foreground two Red Cross girls, canteen workers, Cheta Geary, of Denver and Leititia Curtis of San Francisco who fed the Italian and allied released prisoners and went over into Baden, Germany. They were the first American women to enter Germany after signing of armistice

American Red Cross - Groups - American Red Cross Personnel. Permanent Commission of the Swiss Section of the American Red Cross. Standing, left to right: Dr. Alfred Worchester, Waltham, Mass., Department of Interned Soldiers and Civilian Relief; Carl P. Dennett of Boston, Mass., in charge of the War Department of the American Prisoners of War; Ralph A. Stewart of Boston, Mass., Department of Legal Affairs and Public Relations, and advisor and assitant to Mr. Demmick; Sitting: J. Benjamin Dimmick of Scranton, Pa., American Red Cross Commissioner for Sqitzerland and Assistnat Commissioner of the American War Prisoners' Exchange Commission in Berne

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - Bulgarian prisoners helping the members of the American Red Cross pull the Red Cross camion out of the mudon the road between Asane and Semendria, Greece

American Red Cross - E thru H - Captain Carter Hathaway, American Red Cross, in charge of the Berlin American Red Cross warehouses for repatriation of Russian prisoners of war. Camp supplies Dept. No. 22, Lunebergeritasse warehouse, Berlin

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - Bulgarian prisoners unloading supplies for the American Red Cross on the French Auai, from a French transport, the "Rigel". There were 123 tons of food of 246,000 pounds; and much heavy machinery. Salonika is the center of the Serbian Commission of the American Red Cross, having 7 large warehouses there

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - Prisoners' relief in Germany. Postcard receipt from Albert W. Santie, Gustron, Germany

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - American Red Cross canteen at St. Ludwig, Alsace, from which two canteen workers, Miss Cheta Geary of Denver, and Miss Leititia Curtis of San Francisco, left to enter into Baden, Germany, to feed the released Allied prisoners

American Red Cross - Canteens - American Red Cross Canteens in France. French officers and American Red Cross Canteen at the Gare St. Lazare, Paris. Operated for the benefit of soldiers returning from the front and Allied prisoners returning from Germany

American Red Cross - E thru H - To establish American Red Cross Relief Bureau in Copenhagen. W.W. Husband, of Washington D.C., who is to establish a relief bureau for American prisoners of war in Germany in Copenhagen. He organized a simialr bureau in Berne, and both bureaus are under the auspices of the American Red Cross. He is show leaving the Red Cross Headquartersi n London

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - British Red Cross befriends wounded enemy. British Red Cross man giving a wounded German a light

Western front. French prisoners get dinner from a German Field kitchen

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - Prisoners' relief. American, Italian and Swiss Red Cross officials at Buchs on Swiss-Austrian frontier, standing beside Italian train which came through from Austrian prison camps

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - This is Army "A" food box and is sent the prisoner a week after he is sent the First Parcel. This package contains corned beef, 1lb salt pork, 1lb can slamon, 2lbs corned beef hash, 1 can pork and beans, 1lb tomatoes, 2 cans of corn, 2 cans of peas, 3lbs hard bread; 1lb butter; 1lb sugar; 1lb prunes; 1 bar of soap; 80 cigarettes; 4 pkgs of tobacco or one cut of chewing tobacco

American Red Cross - Groups - Left to right: Colonel Carl Taylor, O.I.C., American Red Cross Commission to Germany for repatriation of Russian prisoners of war, talking in his office with Captain T.H. Hickey of the polish Commission, Berlin, Germany

American Red Cross - Groups - Miss Cheta Geary of Denver, and Miss Leititia Curtis of San Francisco, canteen workers from the American Red Cross Canteen at St. Ludwig, Alsace, in Baden, Germany, where they fed the released Allied prisoners

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - Prisoners' relief. A.R.C. plant at Bumplitz, near Berne, from which supplies are sent American prisoners in Germany

American Red Cross - Warehouses - American Red Cross Prisoners' Relief. Packing indvidual parcels for American Prisoners of War in Germany. Storehouse at Bumpliz, a suburb of Berne

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - "Army B Food Box" and is sent the prisoner a week after he is sent "A Box." It contains 1lb corned beef; 1lb roast beef; 1lb salmon; 2lbs corned beef hash; 1 can of pork and beans; 1lb tomatoes; 1 can of corn; 2 cans of peas; 4lbs hard bread; 1lb rice; 1 pint of evaporated milk; 1lb sugar; 1lb coffee; 1lb jam; raisins or figs; 80 cigarettes or in place of cigarettes 4 pkgs smoking tobacco or one cut of chewing tobacco

Ceremonies - France - American sailors march in parade of General Lehan. American sailors marching in the parade in honor of General Lehan at Le Havre France. General Lehan, the defender of Liege, was officially received by the Belgian Government at Le Havre after having been a prisoner of war in Germany for nearly four years

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - At last - useful Bulgarians!! A few Bulgarian prisoners usefully employed in unloading American Red Cross supplies from a French transport at Saloniki. In the 2,300 boxes of the shipment were food and farm machinery to help war victims get a new start in life. Saloniki is the base of the Serbian Commission of the American Red Cross, seven large warehouses being located here

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - A prisoners' relief, Germany. Postcard receipt from Albert W. Santie, Gustron, Germany

American Red Cross - Prisoners of War - Interior of the Clothin Supply Room, at American Red Cross Headquarters, Berlin, Germany. Sergt. Olsen, U.S. Army, supplying two Russian officers, prisoners, with compelte new outfits

Photograph of Indian Homes Clustered Around a Pow Wow House

At the Front in North Africa

At the Front in North Africa
At the Front in North Africa

Italian Prisoner of War (POW) Lumber Salvage Workers

Photograph of Allied Prisoners of War at Aomori Camp Near Yokohama, Cheering Rescuers from the U.S. Navy

New Clothes for Released Allied Prisoners

A DEFEATED PEOPLE

A DEFEATED PEOPLE
A DEFEATED PEOPLE

Photograph of John McCain After Being Released as Prisoner of War

Photograph of Captain James Stockdale After Being Released as a Prisoner of War

Artwork: Prisoners of War Art - Vietnam, camp of detention for U.S. pilots captured in Vietnam - untitled (New Year montage-dated 1968) Artist: Gerald L. Coffee

COL. Lynn is greeted by the Gia Lam Airport returnee delegation upon his release from a prisoner of war camp

U.S. SGT. Felix Neco-Quinones, right, upon his release from the prisoner of war camp

CPT James D. Cutter, recently released from a prisoner of war camp, departs Clark Air Base en route to Travis Air Force Base, California

Interior view of a C-141 Starlifter aircraft en route to Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines with recently released prisoners of war camp

STAFF SGT. Robert Chenowith looks at a Playboy magazine after his recent release from a prisoner of war camp

UH-1 Iroquois helicopters depart to pick up prisoners of war held at Loc Ninh

LT. COL. Alan L. Brunstrom, a recently released prisoner of war, greets his family upon his arrival at Travis Air Force Base

A view of the four-party joint military conference held prior to the release of prisoners of war held at Loc Ninh

MAJ. Wesley Schierman, a recently released prisoner of war, goes through the cafeteria line upon his arrival at Travis Air Force Base

SFC Carrol Flora and Cordine McMurray talk during the evacuation to Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft after their recent release from a prisoner of war camp

BGEN Stan McClellan represents the United States at the International Control Commission for the release of prisoners of war

MAJ. Edward W. Leonard, a recently released prisoner of war, greets members of his family upon his arrival at Travis Air Force Base

A view of the crowd welcoming recently released prisoners of war upon their arrival aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft en route from Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

A returnee looks through the window aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft. The aircraft is being used to evacuate prisoners of war to Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

A returnee waves from a hospital bus at Clark Air Base shortly after being released from a prisoner of war camp in Vietnam

CAPT. Carl Chambers is welcomed to Clark Air Base upon his arrival aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft. CAPT. Chambers was recently released from a prisoner of war camp in Vietnam

CAPT. John Parsels is greeted by the Gia Lam Airport returnee delegation upon his release from a prisoner of war camp

One of the returning prisoners of war undergoes a dental examination at Travis Air Force Base

Prisoners of war disembark a bus at Gia Lam Airport. The men will board a C-141 Starlifter aircraft for evacuation to Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

From right to left: COL Heard, SPC 6 Bell and COL J.P. Dennett, part of the Gia Lam Airport returnee delegation, as they discuss release of the American prisoners of war

LT. CMDR. Michael Cronin listens to a stereo tape shortly after being released from a prisoner of war camp in Vietnam

Bernard Diehl, a German civilian, aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft after his recent release from a prisoner of war camp

CHIEF Warrant Officer 2 Roger Miller talks to his companions during the evacuation to Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft. CW02 Miller has recently been released from a prisoner of war camp

LT. COL. Robert L. Stirm, a recently released prisoner of war, greets his family upon his arrival at Travis Air Force Base

A view of the crowd waiting to welcome recently released prisoners of war due to arrive aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft en route from Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

CPT Frederic Flom looks at civilian clothing at the base exchange shortly after being released from a prisoner of war camp in Vietnam

Viet Cong prisoners of war line up to board trucks upon their release

A view of the crowd gathered to welcome recently released prisoner of war home from Vietnam

Delegates of the International Control Commission hold a meeting prior to the release of prisoners of war

A C-141 Starlifter aircraft departs Gia Lam Airport carrying recently released prisoners of war

LT. Charles D. Rice enjoys a cigar after his release from a prisoner of war camp

Phillip Manhard reads a Stars and Stripes newspaper after his recent release from a prisoner of war camp

A returnee from a Vietnamese prisoner of war camp catches up on events upon his arrival at Travis Air Force Base

MAJ. Norman A. McDaniel is greeted by the Gia Lam Airport returnee delegation upon his release from a prisoner of war camp

LT. Wayne Gordermute is welcomed to Clark Air Base upon his arrival aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft. LT. Gordermute was recently released from a prisoner of war camp in Vietnam

CAPT. James D. Kula is greeted by the Gia Lam Airport returnee delegation upon his release from a prisoner of war camp

A recently released prisoner of war talks with his family upon his arrival at Travis Air Force Base

A view of the crowd waiting to welcome recently released prisoners of war due to arrive aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft en route from Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

A view of the crowd welcoming recently released prisoners of war upon their arrival aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft en route from Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

LT. COL. McKnight, a released prisoner of war, talks with his family upon arrival at Travis Air Force Base

A view of the crowd welcoming recently released prisoners of war upon their arrival aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft en route from Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

Viet Cong prisoners of war are gathered together in a group prior to their release

Americans are briefed prior to their release from a prisoner of war camp

A view of the welcome home sign prepared to greet recently released from a prisoner of war home from Vietnam

A view of the crowd waiting to welcome recently released prisoners of war due to arrive aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft en route from Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

Exterior view of the prisoner of war camp ("Hanoi Hilton")

An interior view of a C-141 Starlifter aircraft being used for the evacuation of recently released U.S. prisoners of war

UH-1 Iroquois helicopters arrive to pick up American prisoners of war

CAPT. Laurel Lingyel waves to the crowd gathered to welcome him to Clark Air Base upon his arrival aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft. CAPT. Lingyel was recently released from a prisoner of war camp in Vietnam

A view of the crowd gathered to welcome recently released prisoners of war home from Vietnam

Crowds wait to welcome recently returning prisoners of war home

The C-141 Starlifter aircraft carrying recently released from a prisoner of war arrives at Travis Air Base

TECH. SGT. James Cook, a recently released prisoner of war, waves from his stretcher as he is carried away from the C-141 Starlifter aircraft that was used to evacuate him from Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

Recently released U.S. prisoner of war Knutson is greeted by the Gia Lam Airport returnee delegation

LT. CMDR. Edward d. Estes, a recently released prisoner of war, greets his family upon his arrival at Travis Air Force Base

A returnee from a Vietnamese prisoner of war camp is debriefed upon his arrival at Travis Air Force Base

A view of the crowd welcoming recently released prisoners of war upon their arrival aboard a C-141 Starlifter aircraft en route from Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

A C-141 Starlifter aircraft crew greets COL Jackolick, recently released prisoner of war. COL Jackolick will board the aircraft for evacuation to Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

Major Hubert K. Flesher, a recently released prisoner of war, has his blood pressure taken upon his arrival at Travis Air Force Base

LT. COL. Lewis W. Shattuck is greeted by the Gia Lam Airport returnee delegation upon his release from a prisoner of war camp

STAFF Sergeant Roy Madden, a recently released prisoner of war, recuperates at the Travis medical facility

A view of the tail of a C-141 Starlifter aircraft from Military Airlift Command. The aircraft has just arrived at Gia Lam Airport to evacuate recently released prisoners of war to Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines

Mr. James Rollins, a recently released prisoner of war, enjoys a cake celebrating his arrival at Travis Air Force Base

A C-141 Starlifter aircraft arrives at Gia Lam Airport to evacuate recently released prisoners of war to Clark Air Base, Republic of the Philippines